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The Internet has given rise to the “cancellation of the TOC culture”

Yet it is packed, purity – of mind, body, planet – does not exist. “There is no primordial state to which we could wish to return, no Eden which we have desecrated, no pretoxic body which we could discover through enough chia seeds and kombucha”, writes the Canadian philosopher Alexis …

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An idea whose time has come

The usual right-wing bloggers and noisemakers are throwing tantrums over President Joe Biden’s intention to appoint a black American woman to replace Justice Stephen Breyer on the United States Supreme Court. Their predictable complaints are both laughable and hypocritical. Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson accuses Biden of obviously giving up …

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Explained: What is the controversy over Tipu Sultan in Mumbai?

Mysore King Tipu Sultan is at the center of a controversy in Mumbai with the BJP claiming that Congress leader and Mumbai Suburbs Minister Aslam Shaikh is considering naming a playground in the Muslim-dominated locality of Malwani after the 17th century ruler. What led to the BJP protest in Malwani? …

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Death of a right-wing Brazilian philosopher, provocateur

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Olavo de Carvalho, a leading figure in Brazil’s conservative movement celebrated by worshipers and hated by critics, has died, according to a statement posted Tuesday on his official Twitter profile. He was 74 years old. De Carvalho died Monday night in Virginia, where he had …

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Farmers’ protest in Spain highlights rural concerns | Economic news

MADRID (AP) — Farmers, cattle herders, hunters and opposition supporters descended on the Spanish capital of Madrid on Sunday to protest against the environmental and economic policies of Spain’s center-left government which they say , harm rural communities. Sunday’s protest was organized by Alma Rural 2021, a platform representing more …

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DeAngelo leads Hurricanes to 6-3 win over Rangers | Sports News

By BOB SUTTON, Associated Press RALEIGH, NC (AP) — Tony DeAngelo didn’t miss an opportunity to show his former team what he’s been up to this season. DeAngelo had a goal and two assists as the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 6-3 on Friday night. “It was obviously …

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Could Silvio Berlusconi return as Italy’s next president?

Silvio Berlusconi gestures before a 2016 soccer match between his AC Milan and SS Lazio in Milan, Italy. Marco Luzzani | Getty Images Italy is about to begin the process of electing a new president, with a number of old faces among the contenders, including former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi. …

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Reviews | Will Biden lose the fight for the right to vote?

Is there a path to 60 votes? Yuval Levin, opinion writer and director of constitutional studies at the American Enterprise Institute, thinks so. Both parties, he argues, should be able to set aside concerns about voter suppression and voter fraud — issues “that barely exist,” he says — to deal …

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The left mocks the floating changes to the 2024 ticket

(The hill) — Progressives are openly frustrated as the Biden administration wades through issues across the board, but they flatly reject suggestions that former party leaders — or, worse, Republicans — might be the solution. The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Week all devoted real estate …

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Evangelicals battle ‘critical race theory’ in new online video course

In the right-wing crusade against “critical race theory,” there is a job for everyone: movement intellectuals and keyboard warriors, school board brawlers and politicians – from Congress to governors’ mansions to the new class of local right-wing bureaucrats eager to link student test scores to faculty demographics. It is therefore …

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Sinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live | USA News

Kirsten Sinema has indicated – or simply confirmed — that the push by Democrats to change Senate rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass is indeed doomed. In a speech to the Senate delivered shortly before Joe Biden was supposed to arrive on Capitol Hill to try to force …

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Canada’s Conservative establishment braces for another battle to privatize public health care

To analyse Ready or not, they’re coming through Stephen magusiak, Albertan journalist January 11, 2022 Another debate on the further privatization of Canada’s public health care system looms on the horizon, according to the highest voices on the right. Like Canada’s health care system, already underfunded after decades of right-wing …

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Opinion: Even Canadians fear America’s democracy will end soon

[ad_1] Marche is not the only Canadian worried about the future of its neighbor to the south. Just days before the publication of The March book, political scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon – the executive director of the Cascade Institute, which focuses on ways to deal with threats to society – wrote …

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Annual survey: public confidence in institutions, satisfaction with the state of the country

[ad_1] With Israel adopting a national budget for the first time in two years, putting an end to recurring coalition collapses and repeated elections, confidence in the government has increased only slightly, but overall confidence in the government has risen only slightly. State institutions remain weak, according to an annual …

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Three reasons Bukayo Saka would never leave Arsenal for Liverpool

[ad_1] Bukayo Saka is not leaving Arsenal for Liverpool. Not in a million years, says @ laythy29 It must be that time of year again. You know, in this day and age when people start talking about player moves that are just never going to happen. Otherwise known as the …

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America’s Democracy Has Its Hands Full This Year

[ad_1] This New Year has its work cut out for it. 2021 recklessly postponed to 2022 a set of crucial unanswered questions that make it difficult to tell whether America’s glass is half full or half empty. The next 12 months are indeed loaded with starting to provide answers. At …

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How Japan sees China | The Economist

[ad_1] TIT FIRST reliable records from an official Japanese mission to China date to 238A D, when Himiko, a Japanese queen, sent a delegation to the Wei Kingdom in China, offering as a tribute ten slaves and two 20-foot-long textiles. In the 7th century, the Yamato, a clan that ruled …

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Jordanian lawmakers trade punches in parliament amid heated discussion on women’s rights

[ad_1] By Céline Alkhaldi, CNN Chaos erupted in Jordan’s parliament on Tuesday as lawmakers threw their punches at each other after discussion of a constitutional amendment that would grant more rights to women heated up. Video of the event shows a handful of lawmakers in a physical altercation, fighting and …

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West Ham predicted the starting XI against Watford on Tuesday

[ad_1] West Ham are expected to make a handful of changes as they look to get back to winning ways against Watford on Tuesday afternoon. David Moyes’ side suffered a fourth loss in five games on Boxing Day against Southampton, and now travel just out of London to face relegation …

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Wife of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones arrested on Christmas Eve | US News

[ad_1] The wife of conspiracy theorist Alex Jones was arrested on Christmas Eve on a charge of domestic violence which the right-wing provocateur said resulted from a “drug imbalance”. Sheriff’s deputies booked Erika Wulff Jones into an Austin jail around 8:45 p.m. Friday. Prison records showed the 43-year-old was facing …

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Candace Owens shames Meghan McCain, deflects criticism of Trump interview

[ad_1] Anearly being widely mocked for his repeated and unsuccessful attempts to get former President Donald Trump to accept his position against the COVID-19 vaccine, Candace Owens hit the absolute lowest fruit and attacked Meghan McCain over her weight and “obesity”. It was a deflection tactic that even Trump could …

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West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Won’t “Put Up” to Slamming Joe Manchin Critics

[ad_1] West Virginia Governor Jim Justice responded Wednesday on Fox News Primetime to the attacks on his state and its Senior Senator, Joe Manchin. Justice, a Republican who switched from Democratic affiliation to former President Trump in 2017, also said the party he was once a member of looked very …

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far-right protesters oppose COVID workplace passes

[ad_1] BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) – Hundreds of far-right protesters gathered in Romania’s capital Bucharest on Tuesday to oppose a bill that would introduce ‘green certificates’ to workplaces, which , officials say, will limit the spread of coronavirus infections and prevent another collapse of the country’s healthcare system. Romania, a European …

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Mark Meadows was at the center of the storm on January 6. But only Trump could cancel it | Marc des meadows

[ad_1] On the morning of December 29, eight days before hundreds of Trump supporters and far-right extremists stormed the United States Capitol in arguably worst national attack on American democracy since the war Civilian, White House chief of staff Mark Meadows sent an email to the justice department chief. It …

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House GOP leader tries to focus on unity, as members swap beards: NPR

[ad_1] House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Is on track to be elected Speaker of the House if the GOP gains control of the House. He worked behind the scenes to ease tensions within the House GOP conference. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images hide caption toggle legend Chip Somodevilla / …

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Right-wing group Turning Point USA’s attempt to open at Taft High School in Chicago rejected

[ad_1] Chicago public school high school administrators shot down an attempt by a right-wing group to form a chapter on the Northwest Side campus of an “organization promoting racial intolerance.” Meanwhile, Chicago Police said they were investigating a social media post by a longtime CPD sergeant praising the students’ supposed …

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Cape Breton real estate developer accused of extortion

[ad_1] For two decades Frank Eckhardt worked to build a rural and self-sufficient utopia in the wooded hills of Cape Breton and encouraged other German-speaking immigrants to leave the motherland and join it. But according to the Nova Scotia RMCP, Eckhardt may have gone too far with some of his …

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Biden presidency “weakened” by the progressive wing of the Democratic Party: David Ignatius of the Washington Post

[ad_1] Washington Post columnist David Ignatius joined “The Brian Kilmeade ShowThursday to discuss Vladimir Putin’s ‘real recklessness’, China’s potential isolation, and how the Biden presidency has been unsettled by far-left policies. DAVID IGNATIUS: “Hope you’re not dreaming “- you said it right. That’s kind of exactly the way I see …

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Meghan McCain suggests Fox Christmas tree arson is worse than GOP’s assault on democracy

[ad_1] Meghan McCain, a former host of longtime ABC talk show “The View”, gets rummaged in the mud over a now deleted Wednesday tweet comparing GOP right-wing extremism to ” fools “who allegedly set the Fox News Christmas tree on fire. “I don’t want to hear anything about how radical …

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Prime Minister accused of ‘lack of leadership’ after George Christensen calls for embassy protests against COVID-19 restrictions

[ad_1] The acting Nationals chief has said party backbench MP George Christensen should be sentenced for supporting comments comparing Australia’s COVID-19 health measures to Auschwitz and the Tiananmen Square massacre. Key points: Federal Labor Party called on Prime Minister Scott Morrison to put the brakes on George Christensen Mr Christensen …

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Column: Biden Democracy Summit Must Consider America’s Setback at Home | Opinion

[ad_1] No one claims that democracy is perfect or full of wisdom, “said Winston Churchill in 1947, leading to one of his most famous aphorisms:” Democracy is the worst form of government except for all these other forms which have been tried from time to time. time.” Churchill was understandably …

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The 10 best shows in the EU of 2021

[ad_1] As further closures loom in Austria, the Netherlands and Germany, now is the time to celebrate some of the artists and institutions who, despite the enormous challenges they face, have managed to put on some hard-hitting exhibitions in 2021. Some of them, like “Barzakh” by Lydia Ourahmane and that …

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Liberals thank Tories for defending conversion therapy ban when passed in House – Prince Rupert Northern View

[ad_1] Canada’s House of Commons erupted into a scene of cross-party cheers and hugs on Wednesday as MPs unanimously passed a motion brought forward by a Conservative MP to speed up passage of a bill from the Liberal government banning conversion therapy for LGBTQ Canadians. The bill, introduced earlier in …

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Éric Zemmour, far-right expert, formalizes the French presidential election

[ad_1] His latest book, “France has not yet said its last word”, which he released in September on the occasion of his unofficial entry into the presidential race, has sold over 250,000 copies. But some of her books contained inflammatory statements about women and minorities, as well as historical inaccuracies …

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The Guardian’s take on Josephine Baker: a welcome addition to the Pantheon | Editorial

[ad_1] AAbove the columns of the portico of the Pantheon in Paris, completed the year following the storming of the Bastille, a solemn inscription reads: “To the great men of a grateful nation”. Well over 200 years later, the famous mausoleum remains mainly the resting place of the male heroes …

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European protests only prolong COVID

[ad_1] As protests of the COVID protocol multiply in Europe, the deadly coronavirus itself is doing the same. Several governments in the once – and now present – epicenter of the pandemic have taken harsh but necessary steps to stem what German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls a “highly dramatic” situation …

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No surprises as Judith Collins crashes and burns as national leader | Tim watkin

[ad_1] ohOn Wednesday morning, the most vicious thing the New Zealand opposition party has faced was the television appearance of former leader Simon Bridges, grinning like a Cheshire cat, declaring he didn ‘t had no intention of challenging Judith Collins for leadership. Within 24 hours, the National Party became a …

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The Irish Times’ point of view on a new Franco-Italian treaty: finding a common cause

[ad_1] The signing this week of a new friendship treaty between France and Italy reflects what could become a significant permanent change in the internal political dynamics of the EU and a subtle counterweight to German predominance. The Quirinal Treaty, which promises closer collaboration on everything from foreign policy to …

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Two Fox News commentators quit following Tucker Carlson’s January 6 siege series: NPR

[ad_1] Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s special on the Jan.6 riot on the U.S. Capitol was the last straw for two network commentators. Stephen Hayes and Jonah Goldberg have resigned. Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images hide caption toggle legend Chip Somodevilla / Getty Images Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s special …

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Silty woman and right-wing activist question use of force in FBI raid

[ad_1] MyPillow CEO MIke Lindell joins Sherronna Bishop at a Garfield Re-2 District School Board meeting in October.Ray K. Erku / Freelance post A Silt woman whose home was raided as part of an investigation into a possible election security breach released a statement Thursday. On Tuesday morning, Mesa County …

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Watson: Lessons from Virginia | Opinion

[ad_1] For Democrats, it was troubling to see Virginians elect a Republican governor on November 2. reliable “blue” condition. So rightly or wrongly, for Democrats, the election made Virginia voters look like they had backed off. Democrats see it that way because they see Donald Trump (not voters) as close …

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Poland arrests 3 people in connection with an anti-Semitic demonstration | World news

[ad_1] By VANESSA GERA, Associated Press WARSAW, Poland (AP) – Three people were arrested in Poland in connection with an anti-Semitic protest last week in which far-right participants shouted “Death to the Jews!” », Declared Monday the Minister of the Interior of the country. The protest took place last Thursday, …

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Nikole Hannah-Jones to NC Educators: Fight Anti-History Laws

[ad_1] Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones on Tuesday urged public education supporters in North Carolina to organize to fight “anti-history laws” promoted by Republican lawmakers. Hannah-Jones said the left had not gone “crazy enough” in opposing the “culture war that was engineered by the right” which led to laws banning …

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The world far right bets the house on Bolsonaro

[ad_1] From Donald Trump to Santiago Abascal de Vox, the international far right is uniting around what, according to Steve Bannon, will be a top priority in 2022: to re-elect Jair Bolsonaro as President of Brazil. For the left too, the Brazilian elections of 2022 are shaping up to be …

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Say no to armed militias and warlords | My opinion

[ad_1] Raúl Torrez, district attorney for New Mexico’s 2nd Judicial District (including Albuquerque and Bernalillo County), recently won a huge victory for the rule of law and against the functioning of armed militias and local warlords in New Mexico. -Mexico. Last summer, the New Mexico Civil Guard, a right-wing armed …

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Home Moderate GOP Sherwood Boehlert Dies at 84

[ad_1] After serving in the military, he graduated from Utica College in 1961 and managed public relations for the Wyandotte Chemical Company. Drawn into politics as a supporter of relatively progressive New York Republicans like Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller and Senator Jacob K. Javits, he went to work for Rep. …

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What is the Narnia-inspired Caldron Pool and does it promote “Christian nationalism” in Australia? | Christianity

[ad_1] On a Narnia-inspired website, amid anti-vaccination, anti-mask and anti-abortion messages, there are two petitions named after Hebrew prophets. The website, Caldron Pool, has become a place of conservative Christian opposition to some of the measures taken by Australian governments in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and has attracted contributions …

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Ryan Crocker, my patience is exhausted | My opinion

[ad_1] Former US Ambassador Ryan Crocker concludes his interview with The New Mexican (“It’s a failure of American patience,” “September 10,” stating, “It’s September 10 again.” Such a fear campaign has no place in a serious discussion of American foreign policy. Crocker says, “We don’t engage in long-term conflict. … …

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Academics Shine Critical Light on Progressive Christians

[ad_1] [Editor’s note: This article first appeared at “The Stream.”] The elites have long viewed conservative Christians as intolerant and obsessed with politics. It’s a simple view that few people have managed to transform into a more realistic image. George Yancey and Ashlee Quosigk may have done it in their …

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Americans divided on the news of January 6, poll finds

[ad_1] We are one America divided into two almost completely separate media worlds. This should be the starting point for discussions on the country’s political dynamics and media regimes. This new investigation by one of my favorite groups, the Public Religion Research Institute, points out. “We asked who is to …

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Sound off | Reviews | eagletribune.com

[ad_1] Indifferent candidates I’m sorry for the people of Lawrence. Only two of the five mayoral candidates showed up to the forum last week at Northern Essex Community College. Unless there was a family emergency, why weren’t all the candidates there? I guess these candidates don’t really care about the …

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House Democrats return to Washington deeply divided

[ad_1] The moderates also joined forces with CAP Shield, founded by Democrats ousted in November from Republican-leaning districts, to push back efforts to smear all Democrats with left-wing slogans. Some argued a new pro-Israel group, Democratic Majority for Israel, determined to thwart the party’s emerging Palestinian rights movement – and …

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Straight, No Chaser: Culture Warriors During Silly Season

[ad_1] The ‘silly season’ of summer has become the time for political parties and their supporters to deploy inflammatory ideas knowing that they will be largely covered, as there is not much else besides the sport. Right now, the commentary columns of serious Danish newspapers seem dominated by “culture warriors” …

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Ghanaian court drops charges against 21 LGBTQ activists

[ad_1] Editor’s Note: International News Editor-in-Chief Michael K. Lavers was on assignment for the Washington Blade in Mexico, Honduras and El Salvador from July 11 to 25. TIJUANA, Mexico – Marvin is a 23-year-old gay man from Dulce Nombre, a municipality in the Department of Copán in Honduras. He left …

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